Teddi Anderson



As president of The Limtiaco Company, Teddi Anderson oversees the company’s travel industry division. Areas of expertise include destination promotion, campaign launches, travel media placements, press trip and special events coordination, media events on the U.S. mainland and community relations.

Teddi works extensively with Hawaii and nationally-based travel media, spearheading media missions to target markets, directing story pitching and managing numerous visits by media who visit Hawaii and Micronesia.

The company’s destination and resort accounts under Teddi’s supervision include the Islands of Yap and Palau Sea Ventures – both in Micronesia, Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu and Renaissance Ilikai Waikiki Hotel. She also manages national and local media coverage for Aloha Festivals, Hawaii’s largest cultural celebration, and the Pan-Pacific Festival.

In addition, Teddi manages the Hawai`i Convention Center account, including national media relations, local media campaigns supporting large citywide conventions at the Center and a community relations program. She executed the awareness campaigns for the prestigious Asian Development Bank meeting, the American Dental Association with 30,000 attendees, and the American Association of Orthodontists with 18,000 attendees.

Teddi is a current member of the Society of American Travel Writers, the Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association and the Rotary Club of Metropolitan Honolulu. She is also a licensed realtor associate of the State of Hawaii.

From 1997 to 2003, she served as advisory board president of the Na Opio Canoe Racing Association, a community based nonprofit organization which provides outrigger canoe-paddling programs for children grades 5 to 12 throughout the state of Hawaii. Her leadership and perseverance in this role resulted in the official sanctioning of outrigger canoe paddling in Hawaii’s public high schools, culminating in the first statewide high school outrigger canoe paddling championship in 2002.